Sisters are brought together by their mother’s summons.
A young Bostonian embarrassed by a scandal perpetrated by her famous artist-mother accepts her half-sister’s invitation to visit her at her B&B in the UK. Where and what is home?
Five sisters in the court of Versailles during the reign of Louis XV.
“Carefully researched and ornately detailed, The Sisters of Versailles is the first book in an exciting new historical fiction trilogy about King Louis XV, France’s most “well-beloved” monarch, and the women who shared his heart and his bed. ” Tantor Media
The author uses a plural point of view to tell the story of three sisters returning to their parents’ home as adults.
Redemption and reinvention are themes here as a NYC chef tries to rekindle her cooking spark with a long overdue visit home. This book felt very salient even with a religious theme.
It’s unimaginable that Jane Austen did not write P & P, Is it not? But is it possible? And imagine what would happen if you had proof.
Celia Wird and her sisters have been called a lot of things, but they are pretty weird. As they prepare to move on to a new phase in their lives an old friend calls on them for help against vampires. To help him they will first have to help themselves and neutralize an evil curse.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: Avon, Historical romance, kidnapping, Lynsay Sands, Madison Sisters, Marriage, mystery, plot, prostitution, Sisters, The Husband Hunt
The youngest Madison sister has just about given up on Robert Langley, the man she’s loved since she was a girl, and is in London looking for a husband. She finds a lot of trouble and Robert comes to her rescue but declares himself uninterested because of a supposed family curse!
A woman meets an arrogant FBI agent as he tries to pick her up. She expresses her disdain but they soon discover they’ll be seeing each other again. And again. Are “hate” and “hot” closely linked?
When her father loses all their money Suzette decides to sacrifice herself on the altar of marriage but all is, as usual, not as it seems and hijinks ensue.